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filed the weekly report and when the quarterly report comes in in many states, including california people had to reapply for benefits. that didn't happen. that report didn't come in, it was artificially depressed by about 30,000 claimants and most expect it had to be around 369,000 claims. what happened last week was not an accurate picture. the problem for the department was this, they did not explain that thoroughly in their press release. stuart: right. >> and that's what kicks up a lot of distrust. stuart: so, this week's number shall the one that came out today. 388,000, that seems to me like a very high number. i've characterized this as painting a miserable picture of the employment situation. how about you? >> well, here is the thing, if you're at a range around 330,000 numbers it means that you have pretty good economy going on, some growth ogg on and that type of thing. the closer to 400,000 is recession territory, so with 388,000, part of this problem with this number you set it in motion last week. for confidence in the markets, what's important here is leadership. and
-up. >> sean: all that, plus my exclusive interview with former california governor and hollywood legend arnold schwarzenegger. we are 36 days from election day and "hannity" starts right here right now. >> sean: this is a fox news alert. congressional hearings on the banghazi attack are about to be convened in the last hour fox news has obtained a letter that will be sent to hillary clinton tomorrow morning. this letter is from congressman jason chavitz. it reads in part, the full committee anticipates convening a hearing on october 10th, 2012, to consider the security situation in banghazi leading up to the september 11th attack. the attack that claimed the ambassador's life was the latest in a long line of attacks on western diplomats and officials in libya in the months leading up to this attack. it was clearly never as the administration has once insisted, the result of a popular uprising or protest. what you're looking at now is exclusively obtained photos from congressman chaffetz and the committee showing one of those attacks prior to the hit on our consulate that cost four americans th
in california. several environmental groups filed a lawsuit today, suing state regulators over the controversial practice of hydraulic fracturing. the lawsuit claims the division of oil, gas, and geothermal resources failed to properly evaluate the risks of fracking, which the california environmental quality act requires. as it stands today, california does not regulate fracking. nbc bay area investigative reporter stephen stock talked with the state's top regulator who admits california dropped the ball on fracking regulation. and you can see that exclusive interview tomorrow at 6:00 and 11:00 on nbc bay area news. >>> a bizarre crime in contra costa county. someone posing as a cop kidnapped a day laborer. authority says the suspect hired the worker outside of a home improvement store, and then held him captive inside a of a lafayette home. the worker managed to escape to a nearby home where the neighbor called police. the suspect is 51-year-old todd morton. he was working as a caretaker at the home. they say after the day laborer finished his work, morton falsely identified himself as a polic
prices and especially in california, all of that is affecting the middle class and not getting better. it is getting worse over the last several months. >> that's true . tracey mentioned something that is more outrageous. dodd-frank. and congress did not read the bill and have to pass it. this is a friend of mine who applied at a loan in a community bank and here was the response. the guy said here, the interest rate will be prime plus two percent and loan can be said. we will need current financial . finally saying. these terms will be subject to approved by the fdic. the banker is not approved the loan. fdic is the person approving the loan. that is outrageous. >> what is bringing up is the issue of regulation and regulatory involvement of the banking and that is affecting our middle class . >> it was massive deregulation that caused the crisis in 2008. i am not saying bring back the glass here. canada was the only g-7 country that did not need a bailout. some regulation on wall street and extremely important . important thing to have. >> that hurts the middle class, johnathon. wayn
of the story. this is a man who turned pol tinges on its head as governor of california. and what does arnold schwarzenegger want to hear from the candidates? >> how are they going to bring the parties together? >>> plus, have you seen chelsea lately? >> nobody knows what the hell they're getting into when they're running for president. >> one of my favorite guests are back. >> i'm single, yes. >> men watching this -- >> yeah, i'm available. just call me maybe. >> that's funny. feisty as ever with a new look for her talk show. this is "piers morgan tonight." arnold schwarzenegger has always been bigger than life, bodybuilder, hollywood supers r superstar, married into royalty and a governor of california. i first interviewed him in the early '90s. since then he's seen the end of his wife maria shriver and also political career in california. welcome, arnold. >> thank you. >> i imagine what it must be like to be you the past year. i saw i and maria a few days before the balloon came up on this scandal. i talked to you and i've interviewed you several timeses. since then, your whole life compl
on its head as governor of california. what's his debate advice for president obama and mitt romney? >> you've got to be able to look right into the screen and to communicate with the people. >> what does arnold schwarzenegger want to hear from the candidates? >> how are they going to bring both of the parties together and compromise rather than getting stuck in the idealogical corners. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >>> good evening. our big story tonight, d-day. debate day is just 24 hours away. president obama and mitt romney are deep into their final debate preparation as the clock ticks down for the big event in denver. meanwhile, their top surrogates are out on the campaign trail. paul ryan speaking out for romney in iowa. >> a handful of states will determine this outcome. a handful of states will determine which way our country goes. so you not only have a huge responsibility, you have a tremendous opportunity. >> meanwhile, michelle obama has been stumping for her husband, the president, in ohio. >> this election will be even closer than the last one. that is the only g
. he turned politics on its head as governor of california. and what does ar naeld want to hear from the candidates. >> how are they going to bring both of the parties together in compromise rather than getting stuck in the ideological corners. >> have you seen chelsea lately. >> nobody knows what the hell they're get nothing when they're running for president. >> one of my most unpredictable guests is back. >> i'm single. >> men watching -- >> i'm available. just, you know, call me maybe. >> funny, look for her talk show. this is "piers morgan tonight." >> arnold schwarzenegger's always been bigger than life. himself the governor of one of the biggest states in the union so when it came crashing down it happened in a big way. i first interviewed him in the early '90s. he's seen the end of his marriage and two terms of governor of california. he tells a story now in "total recall" and arnold joins me now. welcome. >> thank you. >> try to imagine what it must have been like to be for the last year. i saw you and maria a few days before the balloon went up on this whole scandal and you
with the soviet union, so states like mississippi, states like georgia, texas, florida, southern california, arizona and north carolina are all being transformed in the post-world war ii period by this historic shift in population. just think about it. this period from 1964 to 2008 can be thought of this kind of the period of sunbelt dominance in the american presidential history. if you think about it, every president elected from 1964 to 2008 comes from a state of the sunbelt. lyndon johnson from texas, richard nixon from california, gerald ford was not even elected vice president. he was from michigan. jimmy carter from georgia, ronald reagan from california, the first george bush from texas and bill clinton from arkansas and the second bush from texas. so 2008 is in some ways a watershed election it's in being the four-year period of sunbelt dominance. there were issues that were critical in the politics that developed, they came out of the sunbelt and they tended to have a conservative back to them. they tended to be oriented around history of strong national defense, of an opposition
have congressman from the fine state of california who reminded me it includes hollywood and follow studios. i should be careful, congresswoman. do you think i was racing this with john sununu how and whether it comes up and you reminded there is a venue where it is tough to get nasty. does the president need to get nasty or an in your face joe biden? >>guest: i don't think so, no. i think it will be very important for him to point out the differences between his position and governor romney and it will be important to point out governor romney's inconsistencyies and interacting with the audience and conducting with the audience is something he does well. >>neil: they always say i don't know who is right on the surveys that you don't want be too negative or deflect an average american's question to bring it into a theme or narrative of your own because the questioners in the room will see it although they are probably plenty nervous but people the home will see it so it is a delicate balancing act but the president has to be on offense because i think it is agreed it was an uneven p
a lot, nicole. and speaking of high. gas prices in california hitting another record overnight as refinely problems continue to take a serious poll on supply. and 4.67, but sandra, some are thinking that maybe the worst is over with respect to the spike, and the problem though, obviously, is that we've seen these things go up huge and they come down a lot slower. >> keep in mind that the gasoline stations have to buy this and often times they have a certain-- >> and defending the gas stations right out the gate. >> i'm not defending them, but the national average is 3.82, and no one says that's cheap. so they're a major talking point. mitt romney has a strong energy policy, president obama does not. and this will be wildly in play and california seemed to have the wildly high gas prices because they have the added regulations and taxes and shoot themselves into the foot. and they won't build new refineries on problems of they already have. charles: they won't take advantage of natural resources, won't allow drilling, it's economic suicide. >> it's just not smart period. when yo
with president visiting iowa, colorado, california and navy as well. both will be in ohio which is huge focus of course. governor romney and the president hitting each other pretty hard on this battle ground brits. here is a piece of it. >> what you're seeing from the obama campaign is incredibly shrinking campaign. the president is out of ideas. he is out of excuses. in november you will make sure he is out of office. [cheers and applause] >> we know we're not where we need to be, not here, not anywhere but we've made real progress. we've got to build on that progress. we can't go back to what got us into this mess. we need to move forward with what is getting us out of this mess and that is why i'm running for a second term as president of the united states. [applause] martha: we've chief white house correspondent ed henry is traveling with the president. the first stop is davenport, iowa. give us an idea what the strategy is. how do you pack it in in these final days. it is require to spend so much time to chris cross all the states in the rush to the finish. >> reporter: it is, martha. gi
started its journey through los angeles early this morning on the way to its new home at the california science museum. the shuttle is crawling at 2 miles an hour on a two day journey from lax airport to the museum and that is your fox news minute. dagen: two miles an hour is classic 405. that is how fast connell mcshane drives. not saying anything about him. >> assuming he knows how to drive a car. connell: thanks. dagen: the bailout on the stock market. investors pull out over $10 billion from u.s. stock mutual funds in the past week. $100 billion so far this year with nearly three times that amount going into bond funds. how dangerous is this. bob our nose and manages several billion dollars. if you look at all the classes of fixed-income how dangerously overvalued are they now? >> there's a lot of complacency out there. if you look for example investment-grade corporate debt the yield spreads of those versus treasuries are back to lows that we saw in 2007. high yield, as the maturity on that debt is near all-time lows. a lot of aaa munis their all-time lows and even the stock market
person -- camp pendleton is 500 square miles in california. why not sell it? >>neil: my point, when you say it is too big to handle, you are missing the point, you cannot cut $16 trillion debt but you can boom your way from it. we are losing sight and what bill clinton learned in 1993, 1994, if you present a plan that looks credible like you want to reverse the direction, sometimes that creates a boom in and of itself and inspires confidence in the market that has little confidence right now. i blame both parties, by the way. if you give them a guidepost and show you have now planted your plan, you will be off to the races. i hope and i want to see that tomorrow night. will i? >>guest: i don't know if you will or not. i have been waiting for romney to come hitting the growth agenda and low rate flat tax-and-spending reductions and the other ways of bringing the national debt down. i have not seen it. the 4 percent tax rate came out i thought he said he was proud of paying 14 percent and everyone else should pay 14 percent. i shouldn't be the only one paying 14 percent. he did not do it
, california authorities they call in the man that produced the video for questioning and marched him in front of tv cameras. september 16, u.s. ambassador to the united nations goes on five talk shows repeating the same story each time. >> what happened initially, it was a spontaneous reaction to what had transpired in cairo. >> my reaction where is secretary of state hillary clinton. >> to john bolton who served as u.s. ambassador under george bush, the choice of rice is telling. >> when you are a senior american official, you don'ting on the sunday talk shows unless you are white house choice. so, that to me is an indication there were already internal difficulties within the administration and that perhaps secretary clinton wasn't seen by the white house as the best spokesperson for what the administration wanted to say. >> september 17th the state department. >> does the united states government regard what happened in benghazi as an act of terror? >> again, i'm not going to put labels on this until we have a complete investigation. okay? i don't think we know enough. >> from my experienc
is in short supply and so, they are simply out here, one of the 12 cost keys in southern california that is -- cost keys that are out of gas and people are seeing prices at the pump. higher near 20 cents since yesterday to nearly $4.54's gallon in l.a. county and that is the highest single day so to speak. experts predict it's likely we will break the record of $4.52 and that is set in ruin of 2008 and week see authority them at $5 a gallon and this is due to inventory problems, refineries decreasing production as they wait to switch over to the winter grade fuel and this past monday, a refinery was shut down and in northern california, it's offline from a fire last august and these price spikes are supposed to be short when refineries will produce the winter blend fowl and operators are asking the state for a flavor to produce the winter blend now. until then, we can expect long lines at the gas pumps and more gas pumps shutting down. also, higher gas prices. how long will the high gas prices last? well, that remains to be seen. in north ridge, bob decastro, fox news. >>> let's hop
over an obscure video produced in california. meanwhile, something else is going on in benghazi. at about 5:00 p.m. eastern time the first reports about an attack come across the wire. it won't be until morning until america learns how serious that is. >> we just weren't there. >> if you were, could you have protected ambassador stevens. >> when we return, special report investigates is on the scene in benghazi. what happened that night? greg palkot has the story of heroism and disaster. >>. >> bret: details are still coming out about what happened in benghazi on september 11th, in off camera hearings and congressional hearings and special reports has investigated at well. greg palkot went to benghazi himself. there he talked to eyewitnesses and scoured the abandoned compound for additional clues. now, he pulls it all together and walks you through a timeline of terror you won't soon forget. >> september 11th, 2012, morning the u.s. ambassador chris stevens has a full day of meetings ahead of him. since this is 11th anniversary of al-qaeda attacks he schedules all of them inside
. in states like texas and california, that proportion's even greater. in texas 48% of the entire population under 18 is latino. in california 51% of the entire population under 18 is latino which explains why our electorate is growing as young people turn 18 years of age and enter the electorate. oops. like to talk a little bit now about the impact latinos will have on congressional races. first, there are two latinos running for the united states. in arizona, former surgeon general richard carmona is facing congressman jeff flake to succeed senator jon kyl. the former surgeon general actually has, i think, pretty good opportunities to be successful on november 6th. it's a race that's being watched nationally and may increase the number of latinos in the united states senate. in texas former solicitor general ted cruz has excellent opportunities to be elected on november 6th, becoming the first hispanic to represent hispanics in the united states senate from texas. in the united states house, there are currently 24 latinos serving the u.s. house of representatives. two are not running for r
being built in california now by the chinese people. and my state, my governor, brought in teachers from india, relocated them, paid them to relocate, plus the dream act, paying them to relocate. where our teachers are laid off. so i'm saying he keeps blaming bush, blaming bush. well, you can only blame bush so long, and the democrat from florida talking about, oh, the billionaires are against him. who do you think is putting up the money for him to go from state to state at our expense? host: that's bonnie in maryland. we've got an item from "the washington post" this morning. this is by paul cane, the headline, harry reid hurt in a car crash. he's got an update. he says that reid suffered from rib and hip contusions and was cleared for release by doctors, according to the statement from his office. some members of his security detail, along with a staffer, also experienced minor injuries. this is talking about a crash outside of downtown las vegas. host: back to the phones. lisa in parker, colorado, is on our line for independents. good morning, lisa. caller: hello, good morning. host:
campaign financing. >> so you're looking at california right now, and that massive increase in the cost of gasoline, when matt said, when consumers are paying for gasoline they are not able to purchase their basic commodities every day. so what's happening? governor brown is proposing a relaxation of regulations that impact the energy industry. that is clearly a concession that regulation drives the cost of energy. we've got to have that same focus and discussion here in washington. because what's happening in california can happen all across this country. >> hawaii, i heard -- >> when we do the big deal everybody thinks we have to do entitlements and defends on one side and taxes on the other. if you have a school pashtuns do with two legs he usually falls over. if we look at what the canadians did with their cash cow, we have more cash cow in energy than any of them. and we can do spending. we can do taxes, and we can to energy which is our cash cow if we go to and you can make a real deal. and i -- >> tom, you think this can happen if the make of government on november 7 is the same
in north carolina, a seat in arkansas and a seat in indiana and a seat in california. we feel good about where we're going. we know this is going to be a tight election. and this is a crunch time for both of the parties. host: he goes on to handicap the balance of the house like this saying that republicans by no means have fallen into a sink hole here. they have a need to knock off between 35 and 40 g.o.p. incumbents yet today there are only 35 g.o.p. income bents and only eight in likely republican category. guest: well we need 25 seats to take back the house. and those are his rankings. what i can tell you is there are e6 seats across the country right now that president obama won in the last election that are controlled by lepcans or brand new seats not controlled by a democrat right now. we feel terrific about our prospects. we have 53 candidates right now on our program that highlights our best campaigns. that's twice the number of seats that we need to take back the majority. so there is presentty of capacity for us to take this back. washington, as you saw is continuing to move t
lab out in california. joining us very early this morning, but luther you really operate on mars time right? >> yes, and it is a 24 hour 40 minute day. >> bill: so what time is it on mars now? >> i do know i have an app for it on my cell phone, but i'm talking on it so it's hard to tell. >> bill: okay. is curiosity doing the job you expected it to do? >> yeah it has operated flaw >> bill: tell us about -- we know rocks on earth. are these the same kind of rocks that we have on earth. >> no, see there are all different types of rocks we just found on mars. the rock we just found was called a jake rock. it is completely different than anything we have seen on mars before. we see a rock on mars. we see a rock on earth and we assume it is created in the same general way. this looks like it was created in a way like no rock we have ever seen on mars. it looks like it was created similar to a volcanic situation. and we're still trying to figure out what it all means. >> bill: you scoop up the soil but you are not sending any back to earth, so you are analyzing it on th
to say having grown up on the east coast before i went to california and then i had to deal with earthquakes, not hurricanes but having been through a lot of hurricanes i'm just amazed that this one -- there's been so many where they've been predicted then they went out to sea or they went off-course or whatever. this storm was tracked perfectly from the very beginning and the course of it, where it hit when it hit right on target. >> i was amazed when it took that western turn. the fact -- the track that was shown, i said this is unbelievable. all of a sudden, boom, it just takes that sharp left turn. >> if you watched this weekend i was like is this thing going to turn? everything is saying it is going to turn but you had the blocking high to the northeast. like i said, a little bit of luck in the set-up, too. you had the cold air come in. i can remember i was on the cable network saturday morning. we were talking about a couple of feet of snowfall. the storm in general you know, well forecasted, there are goi
california used to be a swing state where places went back and forth. we see these things change. now this era of the end of the national campaign could change in the future, but for now it seems here to stay. >> chris, that national journal report talked about the president's team maybe pulling out of key states like north carolina, virginia, and florida while unwilling to concede that they might be losing in those states. let's play the what-if game, if you would indulge me for a minute. we never had an electoral college tie, 269-269. more and more people like our friend nate silver are talking about the possibility of an electoral tie this year. what do you make of that? is that wishful thinking? do we want some absurd, hilarious scenario? >> as journalists we wanted tochto. a tie would be historic. it would go to the house of representatives, of course, ruled by the republicans at this time. the odds are pretty small. obama's campaign is looking at other states. this is a plan b, because they know they can pick up came of them, they can secure the 270 electoral votes they need. th
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